Third one-day international At Providence, Guyana, April 11, 2017. Pakistan won by six wickets. ‡West Indies 233-9 (50 overs) (S. D. Hope 71, J. N. Mohammed 59); Pakistan 236-4 (43.1 overs) (Mohammad Hafeez 81, Shoaib Malik 101*). MoM: Shoaib Malik. MoS: Shoaib Malik. After Shannon Gabriel dismissed Kamran with the first ball of the chase, and two more quickly followed, Pakistan were stumbling in pursuit of 234. They established command over the series decider, though, thanks to Hafeez and Shoaib, who stitched together a 113-run partnership. Hafeez top-edged a sweep on 81, but Shoaib stayed the course. He knocked off the remaining runs with Sarfraz, and finished with a six to bring up his ninth century in one-day internationals, and second outside Asia. It was Pakistan's 460th ODI victory, taking them past India, and behind only Australia (554). West Indies dropped catches and declined a review against Hafeez when he was trapped in front on 39. Their batting had been hesitant, too, particularly against left-arm spinner Imad, who conceded 24 from his ten overs. Shai Hope and Jason Mohammed put on 101, but Hope took 97 balls to reach 50, the slowest by a West Indian in ODIs since Darren Bravo needed 102 against Bangladesh at Mirpur in 2012-13.